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Majestic motorhome?

Unread postby rcb on Tue Jan 13, 2015 11:35 pm

Check this out. Pretty interesting.

http://austin.craigslist.org/rvs/4825055939.html

Not mine or anything, but how do just 2 get built... just imagine the expense on molds.
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Re: Majestic motorhome?

Unread postby 77Travco on Wed Jan 14, 2015 8:27 am

That RV is sitting about 20 miles from where I work. I have never seen it in person but I think it would look cool with round headlights.
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Re: Majestic motorhome?

Unread postby badbillybiker on Wed Jan 14, 2015 11:04 am

unusual design to say the least... with only TWO known to be in existance....
A hunt for a windshield would make me cringe... Wonder what the pricing
would be for just ONE side? Would think being all steel "all" of the others were favorably scrapped
for the metal. Highly unlikely or almost impossible to take a fiberglass unit to a
junk/wrecking yard.
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Re: Majestic motorhome?

Unread postby rcb on Wed Jan 14, 2015 11:50 am

I didn't realize that it was steel. Surely they used a window from another application. They don't look entirely dissimilar to a travette.

And you're right about fiberglass motorhomes. None of the yards around here will take ANYTHING with fiberglass... and that includes insulation. I remember hearing a guy a couple years ago at the height of scrap prices say he took an old motorhome in but he didn't tear it down first. Gave him just over a hundred bucks because of the non-scrapable.

Fiberglass is the hardest stuff to get rid of. Bought a boat trailer that came with a huge fiberglass boat. I just wanted the trailer. There was no way to dispose of it. The ONLY recommendation was to cut it into trashbag sized pieces and put it in the dump. I did finally manage to give it away.
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